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Courses Overview

Content and Language Integrated Learning

"CLIL refers to situations where subjects, or parts of subjects, are taught through a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namely the learning of content, and the simultaneous learning of a foreign language."

CLIL in Co-teaching

“Successful co-teachers problem-solve, critically reflect, and make changes to their classroom on an ongoing basis as a way to continually improve their skills, meet students’ needs, and provide the best inclusive education they can create for their students.”

The Educator’s Handbook for Inclusive School Practices

Marsh, 2002

Content & Language Integrated Learning

The objective of the CLIL training is to support the teachers in your school with the language needs of your L2 students so they can access the content


By familiarizing them with the CLIL approach and giving them concrete strategies that can be used in their classrooms, they will be able to create effective and engaging CLIL lessons.


In-Person Workshop

3 half days interactive workshops,
including 1 half day of feedback.

Understanding the CLIL approach

- What is the CLIL approach?

- Introduction to the 4Cs (Content, Communication, Cognition and Culture)

- Why is CLIL a good approach?

Scaffolding techniques with concrete examples and activities

- How to adapt your teaching to become more language-centered?

- How to bring students to the level where they can produce texts / orally articulate their understanding?

- How to guide students to a deeper level of learning?

- How to help students increase their cultural awareness?

Developing a CLIL lesson

- Focus on the students’ receptive skills (reading & listening)

- Focus on the students’ productive skills (writing & speaking)

For your entire staff.
Full of interactive activities for active learning.
Build your own CLIL lesson.
Booklet & Certificate of completion for each participant.

Pluriliteracies Teaching for Deeper Learning

  • For your entire staff.

  • Full of interactive activities for active learning.

  • Build your own Pluriliteracy lesson.

  • Booklet & Certificate of completion for each participant.

The objective of the Pluriliteracies training is to support the teachers in your school so they can teach your students to think at a higher level and become critical thinkers when looking at and producing texts and/or locating, extracting and processing information.


It is essential that your students, regardless of their language level, should have access to all the means to communicate and demonstrate their cognitive understanding successfully.

Live sessions

4 half days  or 2 full days of
in school interactive

Live & online sessions

Online sessions

8 hours individually on blog
4 interactive sessions of 2 hours

8 hours interactive
online course

Module 1

Language OF learning



- CLIL definition

- The 4Cs Conceptual framework


“Co-constructing knowledge”

- What is Pluriliteracies?

- How to you engage students in factual knowledge if they don’t know the language of instruction?

- What strategies can I use to make procedures more explicit?

- How do concepts lead to better understanding and deep learning?

- What teaching strategies can I use to focus on understanding rather than just knowledge?

Module 2

Module 1

Language FOR learning

"Demonstrating understanding”

- What is the most appropriate style for my purpose and my audience?

- Which mode of communication is required to convey my message?

- What are the characteristics of different genres in different subjects?

- Language functions are the active use of language for a specific purpose.

Module 3

Language THROUGH learning

"Learner Mindset"

- Create a low anxiety environment for deep learning.


- Create student engagement with positive relationships.


- Enhance language for deep learning / mastery.


- Promote critical reflection.

Module 4



“Mentoring Learning”


- Design CLIL / Pluriliteracy lesson


- Scaffold language to access content.


- Give feedback for a positive impact.

Using CLIL in Co-teaching

The objectives of this training are to familiarize the teachers of your school with the 2 approaches of co-teaching and of CLIL.

Then it is about supporting them to integrate them in an effective and creative manner in their lessons.

  • For your entire staff

  • Full of interactive activities for active learning

  • Building your own CLIL co-teaching lesson

  • Booklet and Certificate of Completion for each participant


4 hour interactive course.
  • Understanding of CLIL & co-teaching approaches

  • What to consider when planning a CLIL co-teaching lesson

  • Strategies to adapt the language and the content

  •  Includes step-by-step instruction on how to design a CLIL co-teaching lesson

  • Includes explanatory videos


2 half days of in school interactive workshops,
1 half day of feedback.
  • Introduction to co-teaching

  • Different models of co-teaching

  • Planning co-teaching CLIL lessons

  • Reflection on the lesson / Getting feedback


3 hours individually on blog,
2 interactive Google Meet sessions of 2 hours.
  • Introduction to co-teaching

  • Different models of co-teaching

  • Planning co-teaching CLIL lessons

  • Reflection on the lesson / Getting feedback

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Individual Coaching Sessions

The coaching sessions aim to guide and support the teachers in your school during the practice of CLIL/Pluriliteracies so they can mobilize in their lessons all the skills they have acquired during the training.

Provide each teacher with a flexible and individualized self-study opportunity

Each teacher will be able to choose the area(s) he/she would like to develop

Individual feedback to evaluate if changes made a difference for students

Improve his/her teaching practices

1 individual session (60 min) to have an informal discussion about developmental goal(s) of the CLIL approach.

1 classroom observation (40 min) where I will collect data for the teacher. This method also allows for an extra pair of eyes in the classroom collect the information the teacher needs to see if he/she has achieved his/her goal.

1 individual feedback session (about 45-60 min) to discuss what the teacher learned from the information gathered and to reflect on different strategies he/she could use to improve the areas of the CLIL approach with which he/she is not entirely satisfied (if any).

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